Scholes says ghost fence is now ten Hag graveyard

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Paul Scholes the former Manchester United midfielder points out that. The club is now “A graveyard for managers” after Erik ten Hag is facing heavy pressure.

The “Red Devils” lost to Copenhagen 3-4 in the UEFA Champions League game on Wednesday night. It was the 9th loss in all competitions this season. This has put the Dutchman under intense pressure. With Scholes pointing out that it is the ten Hag manager’s responsibility and that Old Trafford is now a manager’s graveyard UFABET

Scholes told TNT Sport.

“It’s already a graveyard for managers. Especially in the second season.” Scholes told TNT Sport. “You think about previous managers struggling in their second season. We felt last season they were coming back somewhere.”

“I think he adjusted well last season. This season he started trying to play the beautiful football he did at Ajax. But he quickly realized that these players were not good enough.”

“He plays a little more quickly attacking. Rely on counter-attacking games and rely on players to score goals. He was not effective from it because Marcus Rashford was in poor form. And this season he has found it difficult to maintain balance in the team.”

“He brought in Mason Mount to start the season as a holding midfielder. But the balance of the team was lost. They opened up too much space in the middle of the pitch and I don’t see anything possible to fix at the moment.”

“He is a football manager. So it’s a challenge for him to take responsibility for his performance and where they’re at. It is difficult for many players because they are not in good form. Sometimes you can’t dictate that.”

“How can he choose the right back four? We saw Varane in the game against Galatasaray where he looked confused. So you think ‘If I can’t rely on a player like him or even Casemiro isn’t strong enough'”

“These are two players who have won five European Championships. If the team cannot rely on these players. So what do you want me to say? He went back to Jonny Evans on a free transfer. It’s the manager’s responsibility.”